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TheCore sourcing system goes live

Client Data Systems Group has today launched the standalone version of its mortgage sourcing system, TheCore.

The launch follows on from the release last year of the sourcing engine element only which was designed to be embedded into firms’ own client relationship management systems.

Today’s announcement makes TheCore available to individual brokers, networks and clubs as a complete mortgage point of sale solution.

The system has been released to a select group of brokers who had pre-registered but brokers can register for a free trial via the firm’s website.

Richard Hurst, marketing director at Client Data Systems says: “This is a very exciting step change in mortgage sourcing as we believe that TheCore introduces a level of accuracy and sophistication never before seen.

“The main focus when developing TheCore was on the most crucial aspect of mortgage sourcing, the accuracy of the results.  Our mortgage data capture system uses over 1,700 data fields compared to older, existing systems that use circa 200.”

He adds: “Other exciting features include the ability to show the main rate followed by reversionary rate and reversionary cost within the search results.

“Additionally, the search results will show not only available products but possible products.”


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